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Irina Shayk has dedicated a vogue fake pas, in accordance with Karl Lagerfeld. The supermodel attended a Met Gala afterparty in a glance the late designer made it clear he didn’t look after years earlier than his loss of life.
After gracing the pink carpet in a toga-like silk costume by Yohji Yamamoto, Shayk, 37, left the “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Magnificence”-themed soirée and turned into sweatpants for post-event gathering. The runway star teamed the comfy grey bottoms with a white tank high and sparkly gold boots from Timberland’s collaboration with Jimmy Choo. She topped the outfit off with the Ana Khouri choker she wore throughout the annual ball and a burgundy bomber jacket.
Whereas Shayk managed to glam up the ensemble with sparkly jewellery and glitzy footwear, Lagerfeld thought of sweatpants a no-no.
“Sweatpants are an indication of defeat,” the previous Chanel artistic director wrote in his 2013 guide, The World In line with Karl. “You misplaced management of your life, so that you introduced some sweatpants,” he added.
Maybe Shayk’s informal type assertion was a purposeful — and hilarious — nod to the long-lasting artist.
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